Bypass surgery may lower mortality risk in heart failure patients

04/6/2011 | HealthDay News

Researchers looked at data on 1,212 heart failure patients and found that those who had bypass surgery were 30% to 50% less likely to die from any cause compared with those who were only given medication. However, researchers noted that bypass surgery is risky and its survival benefits only appeared after two years.

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